Carlson Civil users have an extensive selection of analysis and design tools at their fingertips, including these favorites:
- Road NETwork – Build roads, highways, intersections and cul-de-sacs in 2D and 3D with a single click of the “PROCESS” button.
- Lot NETwork – Quickly define an entire subdivision of lots based on an outer boundary, interior ROWs or Centerlines, and a simple set of user-defined “rules,” then pick “PROCESS” and the lots appear, defined and labeled.
- Site NETwork – Automate the tasks of subgrade design, takeoffs, cost-estimating and surface model generation and migrate this data to GPS-assisted machine control products including Carlson Grade!
- Design Pad Template – For complex grading scenarios involving foundation pads, drainage basins, parking lots and more!
- Project Setups – Flexible data and settings storage
- Data Compatibility – Supports industry stand LandXML, plus specific data conversion
- Draw Standard Items: Create common CAD entities with pre-defined properties
- Settings Explorer: Manage all program settings from single interface
- Settings Libraries: setup tables for symbols, layers, road templates, etc.
- Data Depot: Document management for workgroups and archiving
- Project Sub-Folders: Custom controls of data folders by type
• Carlson PhotoCapture – New command to download project data including TINs, images, coordinate files and point clouds.
• Dynamic Point Attributes – New command to create point attributes that dynamically resize to view in the current zoom level.
• Design Parking Inside Perimeter – New command to layout parking spaces inside a closed perimeter polyline.
• Create Curb Profiles – New commands to create curb profiles from a reference EOP profile with series of different templates.
• Import ODBC – New command to import GIS data from ODBC databases including relational databases.
• Solids Timing – New command for underground timing of 3D solid models.
• Tunnel Network – New command to create 3D solid of an intersecting network of tunnel alignments.
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